Fox News Channel is public enemy number one in the minds of many liberals.
Many on the left only grew angrier after what they recently saw on Fox.
And Fox News ended this top Democrat’s career. This report ended everything.
The biggest loser of the recent slate of Democrat primaries was former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
Bloomberg jumped into the Presidential contest late last year with a novel strategy of skipping the first four contests and carpet-bombing the delegate-rich Super Tuesday states with hundreds of millions of dollars in TV ads.
This strategy initially appeared to work as Bloomberg shot to second place in the polls as voters bought into the image of Bloomberg as a dynamic “can do” billionaire that could defeat Donald Trump.
Bloomberg’s momentum collapsed when the reality of Bloomberg could not measure up to the TV commercial presentation of Bloomberg after Elizabeth Warren ripped the bark off Bloomberg during a debate in South Carolina.
The end for Bloomberg came swiftly on Super Tuesday.
Bloomberg invested $18 million dollars on TV ads saturating airwaves in Virginia where polls had shown a tight three-way race between Bloomberg, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.
But when the polls closed at 7PM, the networks immediately called the Virginia primary for Biden.
To make matters worse, Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace analyzed the data and reported that Bloomberg’s failure was greater than even initially reported as Bloomberg failed to reach the 15 percent threshold to collect delegates.
“A poll two weeks ago [showed] Sanders was tied with Bloomberg in first place at twenty-two percent and Biden was at eighteen, so he was in third place. Bloomberg had seven field offices and eighty staffers as compared to Sanders, who had twelve staffers and two field offices. And remember Bloomberg had spent millions of dollars to help turn the state legislature Democratic and had succeeded in doing that in 2018. So he seemed to have an enormous number of advantages, but looking at our Fox voter analysis, a couple of things strike me. One, Biden beats Sanders by a substantial amount, and Warren is really hurting — to the degree that you believe that Warren, if she was out, her voters would go to Sanders —is really hurting Sanders and may be the margin of difference,” Wallace began.
“The other is again, looking at our analysis, Michael Bloomberg is having a terrible night. If you live in Washington, his ads have been running nonstop in Washington TV, which is Northern Virginia. He’s not having a good night. He may not make the 15 percent threshold,” Wallace concluded.
Fox’s report on Bloomberg’s miserable showing foreshadowed the disastrous results that were set to pour in across the country.
When the smoke cleared, Bloomberg spent $500 million dollars to win the primary in American Samoa and collect 38 delegates in total.
Wallace’s analysis set the tone for the media framing of Bloomberg’s Super Tuesday debacle and by the following day Bloomberg ended the most expensive and humiliating Presidential campaign in American history.
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